WASHINGTON — Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack expressed frustration with the House of Representatives for not having passed the 2012 Farm Bill. Vilsack said in a statement that House Republicans “added new uncertainty for rural America” by not passing the Farm Bill before leaving Washington. “U.S. agriculture is fighting to maintain the tremendous momentum it has built over the past three years, but with natural disasters and other external forces ...

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